Chris 'Zeke' Hand from the Montreal Burger Report and Mr. Lew on the CJAD program Delmar at Night on July 26, 2011. Topics: Montreal, CJAD, Montreal Burger Report, Burgers, Hamburgers, Dan Delmar, Mr. Lew
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Allison Elizabeth Burns and Bettina Forget talk about dance in Montreal. In this show Vincent Warren, retired dancer and dance historian, and Magali Milian and Romuald Luydlin of La Zampa are interviewed. The theme song is Ivan Katz's version of "Do You Want to Dance," the dance poem of the week is "Saint" by Frank O'Hara and the music played during the show is... Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Vincent Warren, Magali Milian, Romuald Luydlin, La Zampa, Ivan Katz, Frank O'Hara,...
Episode 80 of the Montreal Burger Report. In today's episode our heroes find themselves smack dab in the middle of the Quartier des Spectacles where with some apprehension, they enter into Brasserie T! Brasserie T! is located at 1425 Jeanne Mance, they are open seven days a week from 11:30 in the morning. Their website is brasserie dash t dot com. And their phone number is 514-499-2084 In a nutshell; The Montreal Burger Report is Firesign Theatre meets the film Tom Jones at Le Chien Fumant. It... Topics: Brasserie T!, Montreal, Hamburger, Cheesburger, Montreal Burger Report, CKUT
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Allison Elizabeth Burns and Gwen Fisher talk about dance in Montreal. In this show Pierre Paul Savoie's Diasporama, Resistance at Studio 303 and Jose Navas' Compagnie Flak performance of Villanelle and S are reviewed, and there is a brief discussion on teaching (and learning) choreography. The theme song is performed by the Secret Swizzles, the poem of the week is from The Art of... Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Dance, PPS Danse, Studio 303, Jose Navas, Compagnie Flak, the Secret Swizzles, The...
Episode 50 of the Montreal Burger Report. Chris 'Zeke' Hand and Waren 'Soylent' Wilansky discuss the menu selections at the mythical Montreal hamburger eatery Mr. Steer. Soylent can't quite make up his mind about what to order. Zeke insists on getting sauteed onions with his hamburger platter. And lurking nearby is everpresent question of the orange stuff. Topics: Montreal, Burgers, Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Mr. Steer
Jason Camlot is the author of Attention All Typewriters (DC Books, 2005) and The Animal Library (DC Books, 2000). He teaches Victorian literature at Concordia University in Montreal. He read at Zeke's Gallery on April 13, 2005 Topics: Montreal, Poetry, Reading, Delirium Press
In today's episode Chris 'Zeke' Hand and Waren 'Soylent' Wilansky explain how they like their hamburgers cooked. Our heroes rave about the bathrooms at the Dominion Square Tavern, discuss the nature of perception and memory and how it affects hamburgers, get the bill and walk to the Legendary Montreal Hamburger Emporium; Mr. Steer. Topics: Montreal, Burgers, Hamburgers, Taverne Square Dominion Square Tavern, Mr. Steer
Good day and welcome to episode 91 of the Montreal Burger Report. David Ferguson owner and chef at Le Jolifou still has the microphone and has succesfully prevented any sound effects from happening. He is in the middle of explaining how and why he changed the concept of Jolifou from fine dining to roadhouse. And then finally our heroes are able to wrestle the microphone away so they can get down and eat! E Coli goes undercover and our heroes decide to order some chicken wings, cole slaw, a... Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Le Jolifou, David Ferguson
Montreal rock band The Refined play a variety of cover tunes and their originals "Victim of Myself" and "Time is Ticking" at Zeke's Gallery in Montreal on August 11, 2005 Topics: Live Music, The Refined, Zeke's Gallery, Rock 'n' Roll
The Dust Jackets (previously known as Slippery Peat and also as The Simmers) played the following songs: Tumbling Too, Old Train, Lemme Know, Youth Will Rise, 50 Ways to leave Your Lover, Old Anne Maggie, No History, Ride on Jane, Settle In, and Get Back. Topics: LIve Music, Rock & Roll, Montreal
Johanna Skibsrud is from Nova Scotia. Her work has appeared in various Canadian journals including The Antigonish Review, Pottersfield Portfolio and PRISM International. She is currently completing her MA in english and Creative Writing at Concordia University. She read at Zeke's Gallery on April 13, 2005 Topics: Montreal, Short Stories, Reading, Delirium Press
Floorboards, Through the snow, Not well, arch in your back, Irish in me, Sleeping, Scratch your nose, Put you in the middle, Fills a glass, Celtic set. December 14, 2005 Topics: Montreal, Live Music, Folk, Performance
The 10 Commandments played Tread Lightly on this White Sand, Hold my Head Above Water, My Love is a Rider, Laziness, A Cross to Bear, My New Love Hymn, The Ballad of Friendship and Great White Mountain at Zeke's Gallery on November 3, 2005. Topics: Quirky, Rock n Roll, Montreal, Live Music, Performance
Episode 84 of the Montreal Burger Report where your heroes, Chris 'Zeke' Hand and Ryk 'E Coli' Edelstein are at the Montreal institution called Restaurant tous les jours. Restaurant tous les jours is located at 1689 Mount Royal E they are open Tuesday to Sunday from five o'clock in the morning until eight o'clock at night. Their phone number is 514-523-1727. In a nutshell; The Montreal Burger Report is Monty Python meets Super Size Me at L'Express. It is a radio show & podcast where Zeke... Topics: Steerburger, tous les jours, Steerburger tous les jours, Montreal, CKUT, Hamburger, Cheeseburger
Wil Murray, painter is interviewed and in discussion with Chris Hand of Zeke's Gallery just after he was short listed for the RBC Canadian Art competition and in advance of his exhibit at Zeke's Gallery in October. Topics: Painting, Interview, New New Painting
Chris 'Zeke' Hand (with Liz Pieries and Sabrina Santucci) interviewing Tyson Bodnarchuk of Headquarters Gallery and Boutique about the exhibit Prints Are People Too! and the gallery. Topics: Montreal, Visual Art, Art